how to catch bird seed from feeder

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Brand AUXPhome
Mounting Type Hanging Mount
Included Components Tray
Color Black
  • BIRD SEED CATCHER TRAY: This bird feeder hanging tray hangs beneath a bird feeder to catch the majority of falling seed and husk (bird feeder not included); it also functions as a platform feeder. Bird feeders with this seed tray are great for attracting birds to your backyard, garden, and other outdoor spaces.
  • LESS MESS AND MINIMIZE THE WASTE: Permit hygienic bird feeding in your backyard, help minimize seed waste, and maintain a plentiful supply of seed in a neat and orderly feeder tray. prevents weeds and rodents from growing in your yard by collecting dropped bird seed before it touches the ground.
  • VERSATILE DESIGN: The large bird seed tray is compatible with a majority of bird feeder sizes. Please check the size before you buy it.
  • Unlike other zinc-plated chains seed trays, our bird seed catcher tray design is considerate and does not reflect light. It is also bird-friendly, with black chains and a “S” hook that fit snugly onto the majority of bird feeders.
  • Additionally, a PLATFORM FEEDER: Open hanging platform feeders allow you to quickly assess the amount of seed; the base’s three drain holes facilitate easy water drainage; this feeder not only collects seeds that would otherwise be wasted on the ground but also slows down the rate at which it empties.

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What can you put under a bird feeder to catch the seeds?

Using a seed tray will keep the seed for spilling on to the ground in easy reach of rodents. If you find a lot of spilled seed on the ground below your feeder, you may also want to consider switching seed mixes.

Do bird seed catchers work?

Not only do these prevent moldy, stinky messes from forming beneath your bird feeders, but they are also sustainable and more aesthetically pleasing than mesh alternatives that are prone to blowing over in the wind and spilling seeds onto the ground.

Do birds tell other birds where food is?

They will fly around or survey the area from the tops of trees constantly searching for anything that could be a potential new source of food. Once a bird has found a source of food, it may call to its mate or if there is plenty to go round to other members of its flock.